A V Goda
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... I found out the history of the castle as well as some treasures that were found in the area such as coins and pottery. After the castle we got a spot of lunch at a local restaurant. We all the chose the same thing which was, dumplings, pasty and a beer which were all local food for the area. When we arrived back at the hostel we chilled out for a little while before the pub crawl started at 21.30 We quickly popped out to get some dinner before the pub crawl. We went to 'dirty ...
... I ate at Mano Guru which specializes in salads. How perfect! It was a casual place and not far at all so the perfect choice.
I will leave the hotel at 1pm on Wednesday leaving me ample time to pack if I don't do so tonight. It's a small airport and my flight is at 2:35pm.
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... day and then at 10am we travelled about 1 hour to a dog sledging centre. We met with Rasita and her mum for the first time. Rasita speaks English but her mum only Lithuanian. Kids were cautious at first but then started playing on the scooters and it was all on from there. After playing for awhile we met the dogs and all of the kids choose their favourites. The Alaskian Huskies were very friendly and the kids ...
After another wonderful Eastern European breakfast, our guide Ruta and our driver David, a Holocaust survivor, picked us up. Ruta is a truly remarkable person, making it possible for us to learn the history of the area, yet able to describe the situation of the Lithuanian Jews with great sympathy and understanding. When she speaks, we feel the pain in her voice.
We headed for the Jewish Cemetery where Rabbi Elijah ...
... to a local restaurant and proceeded to get drunk and full on local beer and local potato, "mystery meat“ dumplings and litres of sour cream.
We arrived back at the hotel at 2pm, only to be told that the room would not be ready until 3pm... maybe. I don't like maybes; they are not definitive and majority of the time they always lead to a no answer. When McDonalds was not on every street corner and was somewhat of a rarity in Gippsland in country Victoria, my ...